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Unified Communications Analytics 8.6 - Deployment Guide

Prerequisites for your installation Installing UC Analytics Configuring UC Analytics Adding data sources for Active Directory or Azure Active Directory Adding data sources, chargeback costs, and thresholds for Exchange and Exchange Online
Permissions needed to collect Exchange on-premises or hybrid data Permissions needed to collect from native Exchange Online Creating an Exchange Configuration data source Creating an Exchange Tracking Logs data source Creating an Exchange Mailbox Contents data source Do I need both Exchange Tracking Logs and Exchange Mailbox Contents collections? Creating an Exchange IIS Logs data source Creating an Exchange Mailbox Content Summary data source Creating an Exchange Calendar data source Creating an Exchange Public Folders data source Adding Exchange Online hybrid data sources for hybrid Office 365 Adding Exchange Online data sources for native Office 365 Setting chargeback costs for Exchange Setting thresholds for Exchange metrics Omitting words when filtering by subject or body
Adding data sources, chargeback costs, and thresholds for Skype for Business/Lync Adding data sources, chargeback, and thresholds for Cisco Managing which insights can seen by users Configuring and managing subscriptions Making changes to your deployment Appendix A:Configuring Impersonation Appendix B:Configuring the Skype for Business or Lync Server Appendix C:Configuring IIS Log Files to capture ActiveSync or OWA events Appendix D:PowerShell cmdlets used by data sources Appendix E:Custom configurations and backup and recovery options Appendix F: Questions and answers about configuration

Step 2: Run the backup batch file

Once you have edited the backup.bat file to contain your local values, you can run the file to create a backup copy of your data. The backup script automatically detects the path to the latest version of Java (Oracle or Zulu OpenJDK) that is installed on the computer.

You run the backup batch file locally on the server on which the Storage Engine resides.

The batch file creates a folder with the current date in YYYY-MM-DD format that contains subfolders with files that contain the data structure information and files that contain the actual data.

Step 3: Edit the restore batch file

Before you restore a backup file, you must edit the restore.bat file to specify the parameters for your environment. The restore.bat file looks as follows:

-backupDirectoryPath "c:\UCA\backup" -backupLabel "label" -backupDate "YYYY-MM-DD" -storageDirectoryPath "C:\Program Files\Quest\UC Analytics\Storage" -storageEngineDirectoryPath "C:\Program Files\Quest\UC Analytics\Storage Engine\bin" -portNumber 7299

The parameters that you can edit are as follows:

backupDirectoryPath

C:\UCA\backup

Enter the path and folder name for the folder to which the backup batch file previously copied the backup files.

backupLabel

label

Enter the unique name that was assigned as the backup label when the backup was created.

The label name must exactly match the name that was entered in the backup.bat file when the backup was created.

backupDate

YYYY-MM-DD

Enter the date for the backup file from which you want to restore the data.

The backup folder is named with the date of the backup in YYYY-MM-DD format.

storageDirectoryPath

C:\Program Files\Quest\UC Analytics\Storage

Shows the location of the storage folder. If you installed using the default values, you can leave this parameter as shown.

storageEngineDirectoryPath

C:\Program Files\Quest\UC Analytics\Storage Engine\bin

Shows the location of the storage engine. If you installed using the default values, you can leave this parameter as shown.

portNumber

7299

Port used by the Cassandra nodetool.

Step 4a: Restore the storage data in an existing installation

Use this procedure to restore your existing database if the data has become corrupted.

When you restore data from a snapshot, there is intensive processor and I/O activity on the node that is being restored. You run the backup batch file locally on the server on which the Storage Engine resides.

Step 4b: Restore the storage data to a new installation

Use this procedure to restore a database to a new installation.

When you restore data from a snapshot, there is intensive processor and I/O activity on the node that is being restored. You run the backup batch file locally on the server on which the Storage Engine resides.

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